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Saturday, December 12, 2009, the Chicago Herald-Tribune

What's New In Music, by Amanda Llewellyn



Keep your eye on Entertainment Tonight and Entertainment Weekly, because Boom-Boom Kitty is coming to a town near you!

The six-member all-girl band made their debut in the small northern town of Saskatoon in Saskatchewan, Canada, and though they played only to a small select audience of one-thousand, they may as well have been Jimmy Hendrix performing live at Woodstock!

The Boom-Boom Kitty experience is unlike anything you can imagine. The sound and light system are new and different from anything ever assembled, as are many of the instruments the girls perform on.

Each of these youngsters is a virtuoso in her own right, and though much of their gear leans heavily towards things electronic, they do not go in for such paraphernalia as beat boxes, sequencers, or pre-recorded tracks. Every note is done live, every effect is controlled by the musicians, not the equipment.

Boom-Boom Kitty is entertainment for all ages. Parents, bring your children; children, bring your parents! This is a show that will be enjoyed by all, no matter your taste in music or form of entertainment . . .


*author's note:

Attention Boom Boom Kitty fans! You can now hear what the band Boom Boom Kitty sounds like on YouTube:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EA28GfytN3I


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